Mol Foirsgeo Beach, Isle of Lewis, Scotland. In Scotland, the Viking age and era has a lot of shared history with Scandinavia. You can see throughout history in Scotland traces of the age and ornamentation and names of different villages.
The white sands and turquoise sea of the Luskentyre peninsula might look like something you’d find in Antigua, but this beach is actually situated on the spectacular west coast of South Harris in the Outer Hebrides, Scotland
I would drive 500 miles: Scotland’s new North Coast 500 route